Make Your Choice - Elena Vylusk

“I’m really interested in birds—especially pigeons,” explains Ukrainian artist Lena Vylusk. “My dad used to keep pigeons, so when I was little I’d always watch them in my garden.”

“The theme of this picture is how to make the right choice, how to find the right key, the right door, the right lock, but I leave this to the viewer. I paint pictures so that the viewer imagines and solves the problem that I set in the work,” she says. “I painted it in January of this year, and in February a war broke out in my country and this picture took on a special meaning, we all have to make a choice between good and evil, between good and bad.”
  • Size: 27 х 19 inches
  • Style: Surrealist

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Renowned Ukrainian artist Elena Vylusk started painting and graphics at a young age, honing her skills at Kharkov Academy of Design and Arts. She paints many of her artworks with oil, but has a passion for engraving on linoleum, creating landscapes and surrealistic plots on various topics. Much of her art focuses on the environment around us—plants, flowers, objects and animals, and she enjoys combining inanimate objects with living beings, placing them in unusual settings and allowing the viewer to come up with plot compositions.


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